Over the decades, banking changed, regulations changed, risk analysis techniques changed and computers changed. Olson Research has led the industry at every turn.
The early models were built for in-house computers, but by 1969 clients had converted to the use of nation-wide time sharing computers. The flexibility of the time sharing systems reigned supreme during the 1970’s, but high computer prices made the time sharing business vulnerable to the lower cost PCs. By the early 1980’s, capacity of PCs increased rapidly and local area networks (LANs) quickly followed. Before the end of the 20th Century, A/L Models had moved to the Internet.